iam8bit has released their final Making of Persona 5 Vinyl video, which goes over the creation of the cover art for the vinyl. Pre-orders for the vinyl are now shipping too, so early buyers will be getting their hands on their vinyls soon! While the 6 LP Edition is unfortunately sold out, you can still pre-order the normal 4xLP at the iam8bit website.
Here is the final Making of Persona 5 Vinyl video:
Learn a bit more about the vinyl from iam8bit:
Persona 5 is a massive and epic opus of a game – the kind of 100-hour-plus JRPG journey that it is impossible to peel away from.
The soundtrack is equally epic, featuring hours of jazzy, poppy, energetic musical magic that you’ll find yourself unconsciously whistling throughout the day. From upbeat vocally-driven songs (many featuring the incomparable throaty gusto of Japanese soul singer, Lyn Inaizumi) to more contemplative, instrumental riffs – it’s an impressive ensemble of tunes.
Quite simply, Persona 5 is one of our favorite videogame soundtracks to date.
We’re so proud to be releasing the Persona 5 soundtrack that, together with ATLUS and SEGA, we decided to do something rather radical – we’re going to document and share the entire process of creating a vinyl album with Persona 5 fans, from start to finish.
Let’s look at the differences between the two sets, as well:
- The Essential Edition 4xLP feat. track listing curated by Atlus Sound Team, including P5’s most popular music
- Deluxe Edition 6xLP feat. the complete Persona 5 soundtrack of 110 songs (Limited Pressing of 1,000)
If you wanted the complete soundtrack on vinyl but didn’t grab the limited edition, you’re unfortunately out of luck.
Did you pre-order the Persona 5 vinyl?